This text's premise is that rooms should be designed or remodelled to suit the needs of all users through their lifecycle - kitchens and bathrooms that can be used by children, people with disabilities, and people who are aging are important for success in today's marketplace.
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Meet the changing needs of your cients good design. Functionally speaking, the kitchen and the bathroom are the most important - and most often remodeled - rooms in the house. That's why accessibility to all users - including children, people with disabilities, and aging residents - is so crucial. At the same time, clients are demanding beauty and good design in these rooms as well. Now, architects, interior designers, home-builders, and remodelers can turn to one resource for meeting the desire of consumers for both attractiveness and universal design. Here is the most practical guide on the market to designing accessible kitchens and bathrooms - for single- and multi-family residences as well as planned communities. More than 15 million consumers remodel kitchens and bathrooms each year. With Universal Kitchen and Bathroom Planning, you'll be sure to get the job done right!
- Profusely-illustrated, this practical guide concentrates on sensible, enlightened design concepts. - Included are: A consideration of accessibility issues.
- Design checklists, client surveys, and product evaluation guides.
- Clear, measured graphic design standards and guidelines.
- Case studies with photographs of installations and product specifications.
- A comprehensive listing of codes, laws, and regulations, as well as product sources.
- Other key resources.
"...provide[s] design practitioners with tools and information that transcend accessibility codes and make universal concepts a part of all good design." - Deane Evans, VP, Research, AIA.
"One of, if not the most up-to-date and comprehensive publications available anywhere." - John Slamen, President, Universal Designers and Consultants.
"As our nation struggles with changing lifestyles and the growing demand for aging in place, this book demonstrates ways to continue residential utility and accessiblity to enhance the home environment. A positive addition to the library of any builder or designer..." - Ron Burton, director, Energy and Home Environment Department, national Association of Home Builders.About the Author:
A Certified Kitchen and Bathroom Designer, Mary Jo Peterson specializes in universal design. A member of the National Kitchen & Bath AssociationÕs team of Practicing Professional Instructors, she travels the U.S. and Canada making presentations on accessible design issues to various segments of the building and design industry. She serves on numerous cross agency committees where she is involved in establishing guidelines that integrate universal design features into our homes as well as the products we put into them. A speaker and educator, Mary Jo works with several arms of state and federal government, advocacy groups, and professional organizations as she actively promotes education and acceptance of universal design.
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Book Description McGraw-Hill Professional Publi, 1998. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110070499802
Book Description McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing, 1998. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0070499802
Book Description McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing, 1998. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0070499802
Book Description McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing, 1998. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 70499802
Book Description McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing, 1998. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. New item. Bookseller Inventory # QX-003-20-9734009